"The Heroic Slave" is the only work of fiction by the eminent abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The narrative was inspired by Madison Washington, a slave on the Creole who led a rebellion on the ship in November 1841, and had it sail to Nassau in the Bahamas instead of New Orleans. The short story appeared in the collection Autographs for Freedom (1852).
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- Boo Songz
Must listen to.
I feel like everyone should listen to this because it gives perspective. Slave, white people who are against slavery, a free black man who’s wife is still a slave, a slave trader who gets overwhelmed by slaves. All these perspectives happened and that means something. Every white person was not a bad person and every slave was not able to be broken.